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3.6 Billion Mobile Ad Clicks Are Fraudulent

For internet users, one of the big threats is that they will click on a link or open an email that infects their computer or mobile device with the aim ...
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Does a Sell Rating on Cinemark Wreck All Movie Chains?

It was largely overlooked in the news this week that there may be some horrible developments happening in the movie theater chain operators. Movies are supposed to be hot during ...
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6 Most Important Business Stories Today

American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) management seems very likely to reject the offer by Qatar Airways to buy 10% of the U.S. carrier. Electronics firm Foxconn, a major supplier ...
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Are Movie Theaters on Death’s Door?

Movies are supposed to be hot during the summer. On top of getting a break from the heat outside, that's when many of the annual blockbuster films are released by ...
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Facebook Adds New Security Features for Indian Users

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) is constantly making strides in security measures for protecting its users. In this case, the social media giant introduced some new protections for profile pictures in ...
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6 Most Important Things in the Business World Today

Crude oil dropped below $45 a barrel for the first time since late 2016, which raises the possibility that countries that produce crude could begin to have financial problems again. ...
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Trademark Ruling Helps Redskins, Other Teams, Defend Controversial Nicknames

When the Supreme Court ruled Monday that the federal government violated the First Amendment by refusing to register trademarks that officials consider disparaging, it greatly helped the efforts of the ...
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Sponsors Flee Olympics Because They Aren’t Cool, Not Reaching Younger Audiences

Fewer and fewer advertisers are invested in the human drama of athletic competition at the Olympic Games, a trend likely to continue as companies seek more relevant athletic endeavors with ...
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6 Most Important Things in Business Today

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick was kicked out by several large shareholders, according to The New York Times. He responded with a note that said: I love Uber more than anything ...
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How Facebook Is Blowing Snapchat Out of the Water

Snap Inc. (NYSE: SNAP) shares took another step closer to an all-time low on Tuesday after Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) reported that its photo-sharing app, Instagram Stories, now has 250 ...
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6 Things About Business You Need to Know This Morning

The former Barclays CEO, John Varley, and several other executives were charged with fraud-related legal violations based on financing activity, which included money paid to businessmen in Qatar as they ...
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Snapchat Snags Clutch $100 Million Deal With Time Warner

Snapchat Inc. (NYSE: SNAP) shares saw a slight uptick on Monday after it was reported by the Wall Street Journal that the mobile photo messaging service inked a deal with ...
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Tronc Prepares Layoffs at Flagship Los Angeles Times

Tronc Inc. (NASDAQ: TRNC), one of the largest newspaper chains in the United States, plans to buy out several editorial employees at its flagship Los Angeles Times. It is a ...
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6 Most Important Things in Business World Now

The Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) takeover of Whole Foods Market Inc. (NASDAQ: WFM) has rocked the grocery business and will have repercussions well beyond that. Shares of grocery giant Kroger ...
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Shanghai Disneyland Draws 11 Million Visitors in First Year

On the first anniversary of Walt Disney Co.'s (NYSE: DIS) Shanghai Disneyland, company CEO Robert Iger said that the theme park had attracted more than 11 million visitors since its ...
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